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Metric Thunder Headquarters for M109R

Metric Thunder Headquarters for M109R

Triple-digit HP Pulls Suzuki’s M109R Along the Boulevard

Getting more horsepower from the M109R

Oh what V-twin wrath hath Suzuki unleashed upon us mere mortal-cyclists. Surely the pursuit of torque will smite the wallets of all who seek great power in the realm of crusierdom
-Bill Andrews

Ahh, that’s the great thing about the M109R… MSRP hovers at $12,399. Not bad for a Power Cruiser on steroids.

Suzuki M109R Performance Gear
Speaking of Triple-digit HP… Metric Thunder has the gear you need to improve the performance of your Suzuki M109R. With nearly 1,800cc in displacement, the motor absolutely rips the 700-pound-plus cruiser down the asphalt.

Electronic Tune Up
Metric Thunder Headquarters for M109R Power Commanders are needed when fine-tuning a fuel injected bike like changing an air filter system, installing a new exhaust system or doing additional engine performance modifications. If you do not change your fuel map when you make modifications to the motorcycle, bad things can and will happen.USB port provides an instant, problem-free way to connect your Power Commander to a computer. To tune up your M109R click here.

The Power Commander is a fuel injection and ignition timing adjustment unit that plugs “inline” with the bikes’ stock ECU (electronic control unit). It uses original equipment style connectors so that no splicing or cutting of the harness is required. Changes are made to the bikes fuel and ignition curves via the PC’s onboard microprocessor.

Most installations take less than 15 minutes, some as little as 5 minutes.

Using this technology you are able to make a large number of adjustments without making any permanent changes to the bikes’ ECU. Removing the Power Commander unit returns the bike to its previous stock condition.

Get Your Power Commander Now
Metric Thunder has the products in stock to customize your cruiser. Checkout the Power Commander for your M109R by clicking here.

Suzuki M109R Special thanks to the AMA. To read the latest review of Suzuki’s monster cruiser at the AMA website, click here. (opens a new window) Picture sourced from the AMA.